Ultra-swank with a ribbed/wood-grain texture, Concepts teams up with Timberland with this clean 6″ boot; it sports premium Epi leather and is available 4/18 exclusively at Concepts.
Talk about a quadruple threat: Droplitz is a puzzle gamer hitting the PC, XBLA, PSN and the iPhone; think of it as hexagonal version of Pipe Dream with a bit of Tetris thrown in.
A modern update of a classic 1965 Italian radio, the Brionvega RR227 includes an AM/FM radio and can play MP3 or WMA files through its 3W speaker via SD card, USB or Line-In.
Leaked just a bit early, Mercedes-Benz’ S63/S65 AMG updates the performance flagship for 2010 with the top-of-the-line S65 getting a twin-turbo 6.0L V12 good for 604hp.
The Tudor Porsche Grantour watch’s flashiest aspect is its geeky numerals; it’s otherwise quite stylish with sapphire crystal, black lacquered steel and a perfed leather strap.
Fascinating and just a little bit creepy, HBO/Movie is an artistic short that gives us a voyeuristic glimpse into the intertwined lives of initially disconnected apartment dwellers.
After exploding both a regular iPhone and its steampunk variant, Dion Briggs is back with WiiXploded; it’s printed with soft-hand ink and AA New Silver shirts and starts shipping today.
Gorgeously retro, Ralph Lauren’s Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic will headline at the Concorso d’Eleganza; one of only three, the ultra rare coupe helps Bugatti celebrate its 100th birthday.
Now official after a leak yesterday, Nikon’s D5000 DSLR packs a 12.3MP DX-format sensor, 2.7″ swiveling display, Live View, 11-point AF system and a 720/24p movie mode.
Talk about serious hooptie pwnage: the lovably psychotic Mythbusters duo decides to pancake a car using a two-stage rocket that hits 700mph; the results are predictably explosive.
Bridging the virtual and physical worlds, Mike Neumann’s Poly.Touch concept is a “tangible” synthesizer which lets you dynamically configure real objects to serve as controls.
The monolith may have granted tool use, but 2001: Meet Dave takes it all back: it’s a hilarious mashup of 2001: A Space Odyssey with the trailer from comedy flick Meet Dave.
Event Of An Emergency is the second tee you’ll ever need: it’s filled with helpful alternate uses for your shirt, from mask and wound dressing to torch rag for you anarchist types.
Due for a Q2 2009 release, Light of Altair is a space civ builder which initially resembles Spore; however, we’re pretty amped over the fleet battles after 0:35 in the trailer above.
The racing stripes make it look like a soapbox racer, but CMU’s Scarab Lunar Rover is all business: able to work in light or dark using 3D laser scanners, it features a 1 meter coring drill.
Wolverine’s just around the corner, so bone-up on your mutant mythology with the X-Men Trilogy three-disc Blu-ray set; the trilogy is on the first two discs and a digital copy on the last.
Clae’s Rollins shoes may be based on traditional hiking boots, but these swanky kicks have the urban wilds written all over ‘em with a mixed leather/nylon upper, metal hardware and blue soles.
Sam Rockwell (you may remember him as Zaphod in THGTTG) returns to sci-fi with Moon, a thriller about a lone employee losing his marbles on a three-year stint at a lunar outpost.
With most of the LOST cast is stuck in the 70s, Adam Campbell of Hot Meteor Design has whipped up this series of tongue-in-cheek retro-themed DHARMA magazine ads.
From cans to blocks: WeSC’s ALP Horn headphones feature funky square earcups; they also sport a convenient dual headband system, with a flexible inner band that fits your head.
In contrast to the intro, this Terminator: Salvation’s 2016 trailer is pure gameplay but is surprisingly effective at getting the heart rate up with combat scenes in a shattered Los Angeles.
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